Alternatives to leather shoes are widely available nowadays with most large retailers stocking at least some non-leather footwear.

However, some companies still use animal-derived glue in their products, so even if you purchase leather-free shoes they still may not be vegan-friendly. You can check with the company to see what they use before purchasing, and/or look out for the Vegan Trademark, the international mark that guarantees no animal products, or animal testing on behalf of the manufacturer.

There are also many alternatives to wool, down and silk, and it's good to know inspiring brands who create fashionable clothing with cruelty-free, sustainable materials.

Here are some online vegan shoe and clothing stores that are firm favourites among the OneKind team. If your favourite isn’t listed here, please share it with us!

We’ve also included a list of retailers that offer a vegan range.

Some companies manufacture higher-quality goods than others, and some use more sustainable materials than others. We’ve included links to each of these below. 

Online vegan fashion stores (UK based)

Collection & Co

Lady modelling vegan boots.Collection & Co was established in 2016 and began with an active attitude to provide vegan footwear with the use of non-animal leathers and non-animal glues. Their aim is to transcend the need for leather. Taking time to source sustainable materials that have the same look, feel and texture but without the cruelty.

Designed in the UK, made in Greece and sold worldwide.

Men’s, women’s, footwear and accessories.

Immaculate Vegan

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Immaculate Vegan curate the best vegan fashion and style brands so their customers don’t have to. They sell over 4000 products from 100+ brands, across six categories: Shoes, bags, accessories, clothing, beauty and homeware.

All their brands are carefully vetted to ensure that everything they sell is 100% vegan, sustainable, using ethical labour and with sustainable packaging.

Plant Based Vegan

Young man modelling black tshirt with graphic on back.

Plant Faced is about promoting a new wave of consciousness that supports the non-harming or exploitation of any beings - humans, animals, or plants.

High quality sustainable fabrics, ethically made and fair trade, eco-friendly packaging with thoughtful designs.

100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free - down to their inks, dyes, fabrics, and materials.


Young couple modelling shirts from VEGAN Happy store.

VEGAN Happy Clothing is the perfect destination for stylish and ethical vegan clothing. They offer beautiful, stylish clothes that are 100% vegan and ethically manufactured, or sourced, and they donate 10% or more of their profits to animal rescue organisations. 

Their subtle vegan logo can be found on all of their products, so you can show your support for veganism in style.

Women’s, men’s, babies, and kids – tops, jackets, dresses, nightwear and more.

Vegan Outfitters

Girl modelling vegan tshirt with graphic on the back.

Vegan Outfitters believe in a cruelty-free lifestyle whether it’s the food we eat (plant-based, obviously), the clothes we wear, or the impact our lifestyle has on the environment. They wanted to create a brand that wasn’t just 100% vegan, ethical and sustainable, but one that actually looked good as well.

Every order made with Vegan Outfitters helps save an animal in need. They donate a little over 10% of their profits to amazing UK sanctuaries that are dedicated to rescuing farm animals from abuse and slaughter.

They’re concerned about our planet, and have pledged to operate as ethically and sustainably as possible.

Vegetarian Shoes

Vegan boots.Vegetarian Shoes first started in 1990 when all their shoes were made by hand. Originally only one style was made - a basic lace up shoe.

Then they discovered a synthetic microfibre material used for yachting upholstery. It looked and felt like supple leather, but was 'breathable', unlike other plastics. After some experimenting, they realised that this was what they had been looking for, the range of styles quickly grew, and they produced boots, sandals, and belts from this new fabric.

Nowadays a whole range of materials are turned into footwear and accessories, including: apple skin, cork, and hemp.

Vegetarian Shoes is still a small business who operate out of their shop in Brighton and nearby office. They now send shoes all over the world and a growing number of stores carry a selected range.

Vyom London

(Mostly mens)


The Vyom London journey began in 2016 to create the ideal shoes for the conscious leaders of today. They established a design philosophy centred on creating timeless and elegant classics with a fresh contemporary twist.

Today Vyom London strives upon sustainability and maintaining a harmonious relationship with the wider community of planet Earth; their obligation is to serve both mankind and wildlife equally.

They are committed to not using animal-based leathers, instead they use the finest materials which are rich in texture, colour and comfortability. The result is a luxury cruelty-free shoe without the compromise on craftsmanship and style.

Designed in England and manufactured in Italy. The craftsmen and craftswomen in this artisan factory have been making shoes for generations and they have the tradition, experience and passion to deliver a world class product.

Will’s Vegan Store

A Vegan Shoe company, founded in 2012, with an aim of making it easier to make a positive choice and live a vegan lifestyle. Wills created vegan shoes at the same price, same style, and same quality as a good High Street brand.

Over the following years, the shoe collection grew, and they launched new styles at vegan shows across the UK. The collection expanded into vegan belts, wallets, knitwear, coats, running trainers and hiking boots, which resulted in a name change to Will's Vegan Store.

The company is slow fashion. They plan for all their styles to be a permanent part of the collection, they don't make products for a season, or fashion, but to last. The focus is on creating high-quality vegan shoes, accessories, and clothing, sold with good customer service for a reasonable price.

Since 2016 the whole collection has been certified carbon neutral, and everything they do is carbon neutral, from running warehouses in the UK and Netherlands to shipping orders.

Women’s, Men’s, and kids – ethically made shoes, boots, clothing & accessories.

Retailers with vegan collections

Clothing and footwear that have been made without animal materials is widely available nowadays, below we’ve listed retailers that have specific vegan ranges. Please let us know if your favourite isn’t here!

Abercrombie and Fitch - vegan range

Dr Martins – vegan range

Gola Classics - vegan range (available in various High St shops)

Kurt Geiger - vegan range

New Look - vegan range

Schuh - vegan range

Superdry - vegan range

TUK Footwear - vegan range (online)